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Ads of the Week

This week we bring you some great new spots for Lynx, Adidas, Toronto Crime Stoppers, and charities St John Ambulance and Karma Nirvana. First up though, Tiffany & Co becomes the latest brand to embrace same-sex marriage in its ads, with this new print campaign…

Original Soundtrack

Music and advertising make a powerful combination, but would that power be increased if brands were to take a more strategic approach?

Ads of the Week

Charity ads and spots with a festive flavour dominate this week’s round up of great new work, which kicks off with some Christmassy cuteness from McVitie’s biscuits…

Ads of the Week

Here’s CR’s pick of the best ads that we’ve seen these week: including work for Facebook, Virgin America, Lacoste, Full Circle, Google, and the UK’s Coastguard service. First up though, a Halloween-inspired film for Ikea…

Six New Ads To Watch

Hungry for great new ads? We’ve got them, with this round up including work for The Times & Sunday Times, World Animal Protection, Hiscox, Department of Transport, and Swedish cancer charity Barncancer Fonden. First up though, some giggles via Barton F Graf 9000 for US pest control brand Tomcat…

Cream 2015: CR’s Pick of the Winners

Cream is an annual competition open to advertising graduates, designed to highlight exciting new talent entering the industry. Here are our favourite projects from this year’s winners…

Ad of the Week: Loose Women stunt for Refuge

Refuge, the UK domestic violence charity, yesterday ran a clever stunt campaign during an episode of ITV daytime chat show Loose Women. The campaign is our Ad of the Week.

Six New Ads To Watch

We’ve got some lovely work to share with you in this week’s ad round-up, including work for M&S, McDonald’s, Hartley’s Jelly Pots, and the Rugby World Cup, as well an intriguing film introducing a crowd-sourced fashion event in Tokyo. First up though is this brilliant Apple ad spoof for Ikea…

Can Advertising Do Good?

Whether it’s Dove, Ryman or Axe, brands are attempting to convince us of their activist credentials. But how genuine are these projects? Can they make a long-term difference to lives, or are they just self-serving PR exercises? Grey London ECD Nils Leonard, and William Fowler, creative director at Headspace and CR columnist, discuss.

Ideas Foundation’s Creative Media Camp

Earlier this month, creative charity the Ideas Foundation invited CR to the finale of its Creative Media Camp: an annual week-long summer scheme giving 15 to 19-year-old students an insight into advertising…